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June 18th, 2022 · No Comments

“Everything the sun says is true, and it is referred to as ‘she’ in Arabic.” – Paulette Jiles, “Dune Trek” Share this… Facebook Pinterest Twitter Linkedin Email Print

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June 17th, 2022 · No Comments

“As a child, I used to try to love God but at the same time I was afraid He would lean down out of heaven and take a bite out of my head.” – Paulette Jiles, “Dune Trek” Share this… Facebook Pinterest Twitter Linkedin Email Print

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June 16th, 2022 · No Comments

“This is the way it works: Only saints and bandits know how unimportant is the human body. Include soldiers. The pair is the smallest unit in which the more highly developed life forms can endure cosmic dimensions.” – Paulette Jiles, “Dune Trek” Share this… Facebook Pinterest Twitter Linkedin Email Print

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June 15th, 2022 · No Comments

“One thing about officers is they always get paid.” – Paulette Jiles, “Dune Trek” Share this… Facebook Pinterest Twitter Linkedin Email Print

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June 10th, 2022 · No Comments

“Nobody ever says I am your prisoner without believing somehow in clemency, in mercy or in short memories, it is not something said by battered wives or people held in unnumbered rooms or children with cigarette burns.” – Paulette Jiles, “The James Poems” Share this… Facebook Pinterest Twitter Linkedin Email Print

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June 9th, 2022 · No Comments

“WANTED POSTER – Jesse Woodson James: five feet eleven inches tall, brown hair, regulation killer-blue eyes. In photographs appears to be considering shooting the photographer. Does not test out well. Approaches casual strangers in an intimate way and interferes massively in their private lives. Is trapped in the dead hole and neither moves nor changes. […]

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June 8th, 2022 · No Comments

“Wives live in a different country, a country of women without civil wars, or trains, or motivations. They arrive with bandages.” – Paulette Jiles, “The James Poems” Share this… Facebook Pinterest Twitter Linkedin Email Print

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